Accumulating Snowfall Possible Sunday

Who’s ready to see some of the white stuff? A disturbance will produce areas of light rain late tonight transitioning to snow before dawn Sunday. Ground temperatures remain above freezing in the upper 30s over our area, so the snow will have a difficult time accumulating initially. However, given the rate at which the snow may fall some accumulation appears likely, especially on grassy and elevated surfaces. Roads may see a thin layer of snow accumulate however much of it is expected to melt leading to slushy road conditions Sunday.


At this time 2″ or less of accumulation is likely. Higher accumulations are expected in the northeast portion of the area with less to the southwest. Much of this will melt as we head through Monday with temperatures rising back above freezing.

To recap:
Impact Time: Rain Saturday night, changing to snow before dawn Sunday lasting through Sunday afternoon.

Snow Accumulation: 1-2″ of accumulation likely, 2″ being on the higher scale. Most areas to receive 1″. Slushy accumulation on roads likely.

Winds: Not a factor with this storm and snowfall type.

Wind Chills: Not a factor with this storm.

More updates throughout the weekend. – Andrew